The Anthropogenic Global Warming Scam

At the 1st World Wilderness Congress (WWC) in 1977, Edmund Leopold de Rothschild presented a paper to the congress (pp.47-52) entitled 'Raising the standards of living by means of large technical developments without endangering the flora and fauna'. Rothschild states in his presentation that, “Clearly, it is indeed possible to transform the landscape significantly to the benefit of mankind without at the same time having to despoil the environment." Rothschild goes on to add, "About a hundred years ago the famous German philosopher Nietzsche wrote: 'Inescapably, hesitatingly, terrible like fate, the great task approaches: how should the earth as a whole be administered? To what end should man, no longer a people or a race, be raised and bred?” Rothschild then asks the rhetorical question, "Can we control the elements, harness nature itself and still retain our humanity?" And then offers his answer in the closing remarks: "Teilhard de Chardin, the French theologian, so very wisely wrote: Some day after mastering the winds, the waves, tides and gravity, we shall harness for God the energies of love, and then for the second time in the history of the world, man will have discovered fire."

The Society for the Promotion of Nature Reserves (SPNR), which was formed by Charles Rothschild, identified 284 key sites in the UK to be ‘preserved in perpetuity’, which eventually became known as the Rothschild Reserves . After several name changes it became The Royal Society for Nature Conservation in 1981 and is now called the Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts. A Rothschild Reserve at Dungeness headland in Kent, UK, has a nuclear power station on it. And another Rothschild Reserve at Lizard Point in Cornwall, UK, is site to one of the world's largest satellite tracking and communication stations.

In 1983, the UN General Assembly set up the World Commission on Environment and Development, known as the Brundtland Commission after its chairperson, Gro Harlem Brundtland, who, at that time, was Norwegian Prime Minister. "The Brundtland report, published in 1987 as Our Common Future, declared that the time had come for a marriage between the environment and the economy and used the term "sustainable development" as the way to ensure that economic development would not endanger the ability of future generations to enjoy the fruits of the earth."

George Hunt tells us that he was a delegate at the 4th WWC in 1987 when Edmund L. de Rothschild stated, without scientific basis, that CO2 is the cause of global warming. The 4th WWC proposed the founding of a World Conservation Bank which issues loans, primarily to third world countries, taking land as collateral. If a country can't repay the loan(s) plus interest, the Rothschild's World Conservation Bank gets the land. The Rothschild's can thereby possibly gain control of the third world which represents 30% of the land surface of the Earth.

The World Conservation Bank led to the establishment of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) in 1991 with the United Nations Development Programme, the United Nations Environment Program, and the World Bank responsible for implementing projects. The GEF was restructured at the Rio Earth Summit in 1992 and moved out of the World Bank system to become a separate institution. 

At the Rio Earth Summit in 1992, Al Gore led the U.S. Senate delegation, and Maurice Strong was Secretary-General at that Summit. Maurice Strong also helped establish the United Nations Foundation (UNF) along with Emma Rothschild and Ted Turner. Maurice Strong and Al Gore are both Foundation Directors of the World Economic Forum (WEF) that has an annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, for international bankers, business leaders, political leaders, selected intellectuals, and journalists to discuss global issues. Maurice Strong can be found here on the Steering Committee of the WEF Global Governance Initiative. Maurice Strong is also a former Chairman of the World Resources Institute where Al Gore was a member of the board of directors. Al Gore co-founded the company Generation Investment Management (GIM) in 2004 to invest in Green Energy, Green Tech, and other companies producing so-called environmentally friendly products. In 2006, Al Gore released the documentary film 'An Inconvenient Truth' to a worldwide audience, and GIM investors raked the profits in. The mission of GIM is to accelerate the transition towards Sustainable Capitalism - an economic system within which businesses maximise long-term financial returns by incorporating all costs and benefits (environmental, social and governance) in to pricing regardless of whether or not they are currently attributed with an economic 'price tag' by society. GIM partnership organisations include the United Nations Environmental Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI), UN Global Compact, and the Global Impact Investment Network. A 2010 report from J.P.Morgan and the Rockefeller Foundation estimated that profits up to $667 billion could be gained from Impact Investing between by 2020. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is Chairman of the J.P. Morgan International Council. More information about Impact Investing can be found here.

In August 2003, Sir Brandon Gough became Chancellor of the University of East Anglia (UEA). In November 2009, hackers gained access to a server used by the UEA's Climatic Research Unit and stole a large quantity of data, anonymously posting online more than 1,000 emails and more than 2,000 other documents. Sceptics of anthropogenic global warming claimed that the data provided evidence that scientists were collaborating globally to manipulate climate data. Sir Brandon Gough had previously been Deputy Chairman of SG Warburg Group, Chairman of De la Rue, and Chair of Common Purpose Charitable Trust. De La Rue is the world’s largest commercial banknote printer and passport manufacturer and works closely with governments, the BIS, central banks, and commercial organisations around the world. Rupert Middleton is Chief Operating Officer at De La Rue, and President of the British Printing Industry Federation. His wife, Julie Middleton, is Founder & CEO of Common Purpose Charitable Trust. You can read more about Rothschild and Common Purpose here.

In January 2011, E.L. Rothschild LLC, a private investment company owned by Sir Evelyn de Rothschild and his wife Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild acquired a 70% controlling stake in Weather Central, the world’s leading provider of interactive weather graphics and data services for television, web, and mobile. Weather Central was subsequently merged with The Weather Channel, formerly known as The Weather Company, which is owned by NBC Universal, Bain Capital, and Blackstone Group. Sir Evelyn de Rothschild talks here about a subsidiary of the Weather Channel called which is also known as

Lord Jacob Rothschild is a member of the International Advisory Board at Blackstone Group, under whose umbrella BlackRock was founded. And according to 'The Economist', "[BlackRock] owns a stake in almost every listed company not just in America but globally. It is easily the biggest investor in the world, with $4.1 trillion of directly controlled assets (almost as much as all private-equity and hedge funds put together) and another $11 trillion it oversees through its trading platform, Aladdin." You can read more about BlackRock here and here.

Posted by Ken Craggs


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